Nicolas Kravitz is an associate in KSF’s New Orleans office who prosecutes shareholder derivative lawsuits to redress breaches of fiduciary duty and other wrongdoing by public companies’ boards of directors and executive officers. To date, Mr. Kravitz has been involved in litigation that has benefitted shareholders by successfully recovering more than $50 million and implementing robust corporate governance reforms worth millions more, including:
- $46.75 million recovery plus substantial corporate governance reforms obtained in settlement on behalf of Twitter, Inc. shareholders in the action Bassett Family Trust v. Costolo, et al., No. 2019-0806-PAF (Del. Ch.);
- $5 million recovery obtained in settlement on behalf of Fitbit, Inc. shareholders in the action In re Fitbit, Inc. Stockholder Derivative Litigation, No. 2017-0402-JRS (Del. Ch.);
- Substantial corporate governance reforms obtained in settlement on behalf of Surgalign Holdings, Inc. shareholders in the action In re RTI Surgical Derivative Litigation, No. 1:20-cv-3347 (MFK) (N.D. Ill.); and
- Substantial corporate governance reforms obtained on behalf of GoPro, Inc. shareholders in the action In re GoPro Stockholder Derivative Litigation, No. 4:18-cv-00920-CW (N.D. Cal.).
Mr. Kravitz received his J.D., cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center in 2014. Prior to joining KSF, he practiced corporate litigation in Wilmington, Delaware focusing on complex matters in the Delaware Court of Chancery, where he served as trial counsel in numerous matters and gained specialized experience in fiduciary duty litigation.
- Georgetown University Law Center, 2014, J.D., cum laude
- Tulane University, B.S.
- United States District Court for the District of Delaware